National Communications Week: Honoring 911 Dispatchers

National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week is an important time to recognize and honor the dedicated individuals who dispatch 911 calls to our first responders. The Cleveland Division of Police and the Cleveland Police Foundation took this opportunity to show their appreciation for these hardworking professionals.

Commander Robert Tucker hosted a thank you luncheon to celebrate their tireless efforts. He commented on the event, saying, “Today, the Five Neighborhood Police Districts of the Cleveland Division of Police and the Cleveland Police Foundation were honored to show our appreciation to all the men and women of the Communication Section who work tirelessly every day to help keep our communities and officers safe. We appreciate their professionalism and endless dedication to public safety.”

We are proud to join the Cleveland Division of Police in expressing our gratitude to all 911 dispatchers for their exceptional service. Thank you for your commitment to public safety and for keeping our communities and officers secure. Keep up the great work!


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